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The DC Women's Fuse Jacket provides all the weather protection you need to handle a mid-winter storm and come out smiling. Fully taped seams and a 10K-rated shell keep you dry, underarm zips help you stay cool, and an internal media pocket ensures your tunes stay close at hand for the times when you need a little extra stoke.

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Does anybody know what colour would...

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Does anybody know what colour would the 2011 fuse jacket be?
And another few questions :)... I usually have size M (about 5.7 tall and 150lbs). I like regular fit, so would M fit me all right? Some of you were complaining, that the jacket is a bit cold...would I freeze in it, if there are around 10 degrees on the mountain? This pants ( in lichen colour would go perfectly with Oak jacket right :)?

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Sup K :)

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It's a direct link to the 2011 Fuse jacket right off the DC site. Which btw, I have to say has got some RAD colors this year. Perhaps give a gear rep a quick call and ask when they expect the new DC gear to start arriving, as it can't be too far off.

As for a medium, all I really have for an opinion is to go with what feels right, and check out the sizing chart as well. If anything this jacket seems like it is definitely made for layering, so once you do order and receive it, layer up and make sure this is it for you. If not send it back, no questions asked! Or hit up your local board shop that might have some in stock, and get a feel there. Then you can order up, get your new gear, and be ready to own it up :)

5 5

wackk stuffff .

the blue, green and brown jackett, its sick brahh , gett it !

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This comment made me get this jacket. I love it. Can't wait to finally use it.

5 5

wackk stuffff .

the blue, green and brown jackett, its sick brahh , gett it !

5 5


This thing is prettttty fly. I got a large and it's a little big, but I think with layers underneath it will fit better. Plus, I dont like tight gear when I'm ridin so it's perfect.

5 5

thumbs up!

I'm about 5'4"-5'5" and 115 lbs and I bought the OAK in S. Very cool jacket. Easily recognisable. I have slightly wider shoulders for my height and this fits pretty well, a little baggy looking but it feels great. Length-wise it's just right. I wore it with a tank top inside and a DAKINE Heavy-Weight Realm 1/4-Zip and I'm pretty much good to go. I highly recommend you to get this! It's so pretty!

I'm a girl from Norway and reeeally...

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I'm a girl from Norway and reeeally like this jacket in raspberry! But I am so afraid that it won't fit... I'm normally a size S, but I like it BIG. I want it to almost hide my hole butt, if you know what i'm sayin... And does anyone know ca. how much it would cost, sending it to Norway? And possibly - how long it takes?
(I didn't understand that much of the shipping&order rules..?)

- It would be awesome if someone can answer me! :o))

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Hi there! Im not a pro but ill help the best i can. :]
DC is a great company, and having that smalls fit you i think you will be fine with a small, if your really not that sure about it go with a medium but you would most likely have to have a bunch of clothes underneath it. Covering your butt the medium would probably do the job, but if you go with a small you could always wear a tank top/long sweater. Norway: What you could do is add this to your cart and go to checkout (this would not mean you HAVE to buy it) but click continue checkout, enter your shipping info, and at the bottom you should get a total. (Though this praticular coat should be free shipping since its over $50 ^.-) The cost of it also depeneds on the type of shipping you choose, THIS also depends on the amount of days. Though you are in a different country than the U.S. it could be 1 or 2 days more, though i could be wrong. I hope i helped you, if i didnt, maybe you can do the live chat thing on here! :] The people are really helpful, and they arn't robots! lol
and best of luck!

4 5

very cute!!!!

fits great love the colors ( i got the pink one) lots of pockets... but very thin its just the shell so more of a spring coat than a snowboarding jacket.

4 5

pretty but not girly fit

I got it in rapsberry,L, usually I wear S/M. But in this way I want to baggy fit, to feel comfort in protective gear. I don't know for what type of girls this jacket was made, because in our country girls don't have shoulders too bigger than hips. I just think that this is rather men's fit;)) Anyway jacket is so sick in design with many different interesting pockets. It's not warm, rather for mild winter or spring. Give it 4 stars.

3 5

Awesome jacket, but not for cold weather

I love the jacket, but it's not the warmest. Also runs a little big.

3 5

Nice jacket, but not suited for cold days

This jacket looks great. I have the Oak model, size M and the colors are awesome. Just like the picture. I am about 5`4" (ca. 163 cm) tall and usuallly a size S, but M in this model fit me better (I like a longer fit though). I would definetly order a size bigger than usual. Because there is no insulation this jacket is not very suited for the coldest winter days. I was actually a little disappointed about how thin it really was, but with layering I would absolutely wear it snowboarding on sunny winter days when the temperature is a little higher. this jacket a nice long baggy fit?

Posted on this jacket a nice long baggy fit?

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how good is this jacket in a place that it snows for like 9 months of the year , do you have any suggestions , if this isnt anygood for snowboarding?